Following on the heels of last week’s announcement, I am pleased to announce more news about our efforts to deliver a rich, connected set of data services on Azure, as part of our broader data platform.
We are proud this week to announce general availability of the Mobile Services .NET backend, which enables you to write your services using the power of ASP.NET Web API and your favorite .NET language.
Part 3 in a series of posts that will help you audit the life cycle of media assets (with sample code). Part 3 specifically focused on generating a report that shows when individual files were added to an asset.
Azure Site Recovery not only enables a low-cost, high-capability, CAPEX-saving, and OPEX-optimizing Disaster Recovery strategy for your IT Infrastructure, it can also help you quickly and easily spin-off additional development and testing environments or migrate on-premise virtual machines to Microsoft Azure. With its built-in features, Azure Site Recovery makes migrating to Azure simple, reliable, and quick.
We are very excited to announce the availability of a managed RavenDB service in the Azure Store. This new Add-on is powered by RavenHQ, the official host for RavenDB.
In this post, I will cover some basic concepts for creating high-quality runbooks in Azure Automation. The concepts covered in this post are: defining input parameters, defining output type, and how to call child runbooks from within a runbook.
WordPress needs no introduction and is the fastest growing Open source CMS solution which allows you to quickly create dynamic website. The more plugins, content and customizations you add to your WordPress site, can start slowing your WordPress site. In this blog post we will showcase tips and tricks to speed up your WordPress site.
Azure Resource Manager Tools Preview Today we are announcing the public availability of the Azure Resource Manager Tools Preview for…
We’re happy to announce that Web Deploy 3.6 Beta is now available for download. This release adds new enhancements for:…
PowerShell DSC Extension and the associated Azure PowerShell DSC cmdlets are now available on the Azure SDK. Now, you have the ability to use the Azure PowerShell DSC cmdlets to upload and apply a PowerShell DSC configuration to an Azure VM by enabling the VM Agent and the PowerShell DSC extension.
The latest version of the Azure Mobile Services SDK for Android added support for both futures (for asynchronous operations) and offline (disconnected applications). In this post I’ll walk through the offline feature, by walking through the steps required to make the sample application downloaded from the portal (To do list) offline-enabled. We’ll be talking about the features as they’re needed for the app.